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Syriza news and analysis from The Nation
June 23, 2017
The Republic of Rogue Island
Here's what one state's radical experiment after the American Revolution can tell us about democracy today.
December 15, 2016
America in Populist Times: An Interview With Chantal Mouffe
One of the preeminent theorists on democracy, social movements, and populism, her work was an inspiration to Podemos in Spain and Syriza in Greece.
May 5, 2016
The Left Is Winning the Debate. Now What?
The days of standing for office just to make a point may be over.
December 18, 2015
The Inside Story of Syriza’s Struggle to Save Greece
Exclusive interviews with the party’s top players shed light on the eurozone showdown.
September 16, 2015
What the US Left—and Bernie Sanders’s Supporters—Can Learn From Jeremy Corbyn
Could Americans be primed for a rejection of austerity politics?
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July 23, 2015
The Syriza Syndrome and Italy’s Political Establishment
Why doesn’t Italy, with its strong left-wing traditions, have a Podemos like Spain?
July 20, 2015
Should Greece Leave the Euro?
Economists disagree on whether it’s the best of what are now only bad options. But they do agree on one thing: The latest bailout plan will only lead to more suffering.
July 14, 2015
Why the Spanish Government Opposes Debt Relief for Greece
Any concession to Syriza could translate into an electoral boost for Spain’s own anti-austerity party, Podemos.
July 7, 2015
Will Europe’s Leaders Come to Their Senses About Greece?
The time is now for Europe’s leaders to understand that this crisis is not about accounting, but the continent’s future.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
June 21, 2015
Will Europe’s Leaders Push Greece to the Breaking Point?
The crisis isn’t quite as dire as the media often portray it, but still—this is a dangerous moment for Greek democracy and for Europe.